NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #173 ~ 09-22-18]

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Pictured: Grace Jones.

And so we survive yet another Saturday evening on Brush St. in downtown Detroit. Autumn has officially begun, though you wouldn’t know it to look at the thermometer. Inside the Purple Bat Lounge, patrons endure the usual mayhem while waiting for bartender LaWanda to return from the basement and fill their drink orders. DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy man the wheels of steel, crafting four sets of music for friends and ‘umm-friends’ alike. (You know what we’re talking about, right? “And this is my…ummm…friend.”) All is well with our version of the world until, in rapid succession: Uncle Morty’s truck pulls up; something called American Beauty tops this week’s Cheeba Chart™; and Lee-Roy, already under its influence, meets a new squeeze named Elviry (who wears Frye bootseesh). If you’re thinking none of this bodes well, you’d be on the same page as Reeshard, the latter having to cope with the results. Click below and learn how it all turned out…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 173 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Grace Jones — “Walking In The Rain” — Nightclubbing

Jean Guehi — “Essemon Moupoh” — Ivory Coast Soul: Afro Funk From Abidjan From 1972 To 1982

Aki Aleong & The Nobles — “Surf Beat” — Come Surf With Me

Fruko Y Sus Tesos — “Bang Bang” — World’s Funkiest Covers

Shirley Gunter — “Crazy Little Baby” — Rock’n Roll Dance Party Vol. Three

Saied Khalifa — “Igd Allooli (The Pearl Necklace)” — Two Niles To Sing A Melody: The Violins & Synths Of Sudan

Twistin’ Kings — “Congo Part 1” — Greetings From Detroit: The Sound Of Early Motown

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Emersons — “Hungry” — Malamondo 4

THE SECOND SET

Action — “Groove The Funk” — Celebration

James Hanns & The “Soul” Entertainers — “It’s A Fine Thing” — Sock It To ‘Em J.B.: 20 Fabulous Tracks Inspired By James Brown

Exotic — “Don Tree Tee Rak” — Thai Beat A Go-Go Vol. 4

Jimmy Ricks — “Bad Man of Missouri” — Chug-A-Lug: Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 8

Asha Bhosle — “Ae Naujawan Hai Sab Kuchh Yahan” — Charas Babu

Ford Hopkins — “Ya Fine Fine Fine” — Greasy Rock ‘N’ Roll Vol. 6

African Jazz — “Merengue Fafa” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin / Jazz & Funk – Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

The Modern Lovers — “Pablo Picasso” — The Modern Lovers

Joe Gibbs & The Professionals — “Freedom Call” — African Dub All-Mighty Chapter 3

THE THIRD SET

Aural Exciters — “Spooks In Space (Discomix)” — Spooks In Space

Vikings Martinique — “Déposez Les Armes” — Antilles Cheries: Compa/Cadence – Foundation Dance Music From The Caribbean

Reigning Sound — “I’ll Cry” — Too Much Guitar

Black Savage — “Grassland” — Black Savage

The A-Bones — “She’s Gotta Be Boss” — The Life Of Riley

Willie Bobo, Eddie Harris — “Sham Time” — We Got Latin Soul: Boogaloo & Funk Too!

THE FINAL SET

Roxy Music — “Dance Away” — Manifesto

Grupo Santa Fe — “Simple De Santa Fe” — Ayahuasca: Cumbias Psicodélicas Vol. 1

Ramones — “Cretin Hop” — Rocket To Russia

Wrong Notes — “Verequoi” — Murder By Contract: Noir C’est Noir Second Volume – Special Issue: Afro Rock & Garage

Wynonie Harris — “Keep-A-Talkin’” — Rhythm ‘N’ Blues Vol. 2

Scientist — “Steppers Dub” — Introducing Scientist

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Nathaniel Mayer — “Why Don’t You Give It To Me?” — Why Don’t You Give It To Me?

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #172 ~ 09-15-18]

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Pictured: Andre Williams.

The summer is winding down. As the days grow shorter and cooler, opportunities to visit the notorious Outdoor Patio in back of the Purple Bat Lounge (in truth, just some plastic folding chairs set out near the trash cans) are fewer and farther between. DJ Lee-Roy optimizes his time in what passes for the great outdoors in downtown Detroit, waiting to see what new insects Lotsa Poppa has brought from Bwana Don‘s pet store to throw at the bug zapper. Brush St.’s favorite pit bull exercised due diligence throughout, broadcast professional that he is, turning up in the booth at intervals to spin some great tunes, the balance filled out by his partner and designated human, Reeshard. The latter makes apologies to the listenership on this particular evening, enumerating the reasons why ‘Go Nude For Luxuria Music’ Day didn’t materialize this summer. Other good things happen, but we’re hard pressed to remember just what. Click below and all shall be revealed…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 172 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Sylvia — “Pillow Talk” — Sweet Soul Music: 23 Scorching Classics from 1973

Solo Hit — “Imoikeme” — Analog Africa 45rpm

The Chancellors — “Mach One” — Strummin’ Mental! Vol. 5

Ramsey Lewis Trio — “1-2-3” — We Got Latin Soul: Boogaloo & Funk Too!

The Reigning Sound — “Uptight Tonight” — Too Much Guitar

Astaria — “Jamasa Roro” — Surinam Funk Force Sampler

Bobby Christian — “Caravan” — Technicolor Paradise: Rhum Rhapsodies & Other Exotic Delights

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Second Thought — “Slingshot” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Mongo Santamaria — “El Pussy Cat” — MOD…The New Religion: Everybody Dance Now

Jerry Harris — “Swing Daddy Swing” — Sin Alley Vol. 4

I-Mo-Jah — “Terror” — Words In Dub

The Chiffons — “He’s So Fine” — The Complete Story Of Doo Wop: Vol. 15, 1963

Les Shupa Shupa D’haiti — “Batterie Shupa” — Disques Debs International Vol.1: An Island Story: Biguine, Afro Latin & Musique Antillaise 1960-1972

Choker Campbell — “Walkin’ On My Thin Sole Shoes” — Rock’n Roll Dance Party Vol. Three

Adnan Othman — “Bershukur” — Bersyukor: A Retrospective of Hits by a Malaysian Pop Yeh Yeh Legend

Big Brown & The Gamblers — “My Testament” — Dr. Boogie Presents Wasa Wasa: Fabulous Rhythm ‘n’ Blues Shakers on the Dancefloor! 1952-1968

Indrani Perera — “Eka Dawasak” — Sri Lanka: The Golden Era Of Sinhalese And Tamil Folk-Pop Music

Bob Seger & the Last Heard — “Persecution Smith” — Heavy Music: The Complete Cameo Recordings 1966-1967

THE THIRD SET

Wganda Kenya — “Fiebre De Lepra” —Dj Bongohead Presents…Big Box Of Afrosound

King Rock and the Knights — “Scandal” — Zoom 45rpm

I-Roy And Augustus Pablo — “Devil’s Brother-In-Law” — Tape Rolling!…With Bunny Lee & Friends – On Wax And In The Studio 1971-74

Wire — “Once Is Enough” — Behind the Curtain: Early Versions 1977-78

Ray Barretto — “Soul Drummers” — We Got Latin Soul!

Chris Montez — “Let’s Dance” — The Roots of Punk Rock Music 1929-1962

Bob Pinado & His Sound Casters — “Me, You, One (Means I Love You)” — Ghana Soundz Vol. 2: Afro-Beat, Funk and Fusion in 70’s Ghana

Procol Harum — “Long Gone Geek” — A Salty Dog

THE FINAL SET

The Valiants — “Twistin’ Til The End” — Fredlo 45rpm

Pamelo Mounk’a & les Bantous de la Capitale — “Nora Mensah D’Adjame” — Pamelo Mounk’a & Les Bantous de la Capitale

Andre Williams — “Georgia Mae Is Moving” — Mr. Rhythm

Fela Ransome-Kuti & His Koolalobitos — “Se E Tun De” — Lagos Baby 1963-1969

The Jewels — “Goin’ Goin’ Gone” — Rumba Doowop ’56

Los Mirlos — “El Poder Verde” — Cumbia Amazónica

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Hank Levine — “Image Part 1” — Outta Sight: The R&B Singles Collection, Vol. 4

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #171 ~ 09-01-18]

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Pictured: Jeanne Moreau.

Last Saturday evening had it all: That inescapable swampy midwestern end-of summer ambiance; nearly three dozen fantastic tunes, any one among them capable of breaking your lease; both sides of the pit bull psyche laid bare (the dichotomy in question being irksome vs. outright annoying); the saga of DJ Lee-Roy’s nemesis, our local animal control officer and the latter’s unfortunate shorts; a threatened visit from Nice Guy Eddie, Lee-Roy’s local frenemy; a rundown of the latest strains available on Uncle Morty’s truck; and a mission statement for the show as delivered by the most famous dog on Brush St.. You didn’t have to be there — though we’re grateful if you were — but now you can immerse yourself in the Purple Bat’s miasma in the comparative no-fire zone of your own living room, simply by clicking a few pixels south of this sentence…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 171 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Love Unlimited Orchestra — “Strange Games And Things” — Strange Games And Things

Black Santiago — “Paulina” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

Los Sinners — “Carne Radioactiva” — Simon Of The Desert OST

Alémayéhu Eshèté — “Wubé Alem” — Éthiopiques Box 7″ Vol. 2

Joe Turner with Chorus and Orchestra — “Lipstick, Powder And Paint” — Atlantic 45rpm

Lee Perry & The Upsetters — “Kentucky Skank” — Double Seven

Blues Company — “Experiment In Color” — Scream Loud!!! The Fenton Records Story

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Fabulous Counts — “Jan Jan” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

The Neons — “Fat Girls” — Challenge 45rpm

Ismael Santiago Y Sus Pleneros Canta Angel Luis Torruellas — “Pacharo” — ¡Saoco! Vol. 2: Bomba, Plena & the Roots of Salsa in Puerto Rico 1955-1967

Calvin Cool — “El Tecolote” — Frolic Diner Vol. 3

Moon People — “Hippy Hippy Moon Strut” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 1

The Modern Lovers — “I Wanna Sleep In Your Arms” — The Modern Lovers

Ofege — “Burning Jungle” — Doing It in Lagos: Boogie, Pop & Disco in 1980s Nigeria

Charles Sheffield — “Voodoo Working” — Northern Soul All Nighter

Azam Shaik — “Naam Ke Nawab / Dance Music” — Early Pakistani Dance Music Vol. 1 (From Original 7″ Soundtracks 1967-1975)

The Undertones — “Family Entertainment” — An Introduction to the Undertones

Fela-Ransome Kuti — “Lai Se” — Vampisoul Goes To Africa: Afrobeat Nirvana

THE THIRD SET

The Joe Cuba Sextet — “Bang Bang” — Wanted Dead Or Alive (Bang! Bang! Push, Push, Push)

The Wombats — “Hey” — Unissued Sixties Garage Acetates Vol.3: Train To Nowhere!

Orchestre Sinza — “Qui Vivra Verra” — 76

The Velvets — “Tonight” — The Complete Velvets

The Son Of P.M. — “Cho Cho Chan” — Shadow Music Of Thailand

Jules & The Dynamics — “I’m A Love Man With A Love Plan” — Sock It To ‘Em J.B. – 20 Fabulous Tracks Inspired By James Brown

Cumbias En Moog — “Cumbia Sobre El Mar” — Dj Bongohead Presents…Big Box Of Afrosound

The Gee Cees — “Buzzsaw Twist” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 4

Hassan Abu Al Saoud — “Tigy Ya Hawa” — Egypt & Lebanon: Cosmic Arabic Disco & Searing Dance Floor Bangers 1974-1985

THE FINAL SET

The Contours — “Do You Love Me” — Hitsville U.S.A.: The Motown Singles Collection

Los Destellos — “La Pastorcita” — The Roots Of Chicha 2: Psychedelic Cumbias From Peru

The Clashmen — “Boondocker” — The Surf Creature

Johnny Clarke — “Blood Dunza” — Next Cut! (Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts)

Suicide — “Dream Baby Dream (Long Version)” — Mutant Disco #3 Garage Sale

Willie Bobo — “He’s That Way” — Let’s Boogaloo! Vol.1

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Jeanne Moreau — “India Song” — Le Tourbillon

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #170 ~ 08-25-18]

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Pictured: Verckys, from Orchestre Veve.

Is there a creature more pitiable than a rambunctious pit bull mired in the humidity of late August? We thought not, though largely because everyone within earshot at the Purple Bat Lounge is continually reminded of this alleged fact by that self same pit bull, DJ Lee-Roy. Even Uncle Morty’s delivery of the dog’s namesake weed strain — the former’s arrival costing the bar yet another lawn jockey — did little to meliorate Lee-Roy’s funk. Of course, Reeshard had to choose this evening to mention his canine co-host’s reaction to a critical scene from an old David Cronenberg film. As you might have guessed, that didn’t go over well. No, not just your tiny bit. But music saved the day, as it can be relied upon to do. The guys played three dozen summer-appropriate tunes that paired so effectively with our new favorite gin, a lifesaver in this fetid climate. Click below to hear how it all played out…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 170 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Archie Bell & The Drells — “Let’s Groove” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Question Mark — “Freaking Out” — Nigeria Rock Special: Psychedelic Afro-Rock & Fuzz Funk in 1970s Nigeria

Centures — “4th Dimension” — Strummin’ Mental! Part 2: Raw, Crude, Instrumental R & R!

Zaleha Hamid & the Black Cats — “Nelayan Bersampan” — Pop Yeh Yeh: Psychedelic Rock from Singapore and Malaysia 1964-1970 Vol. 1

Vito and the Salutations — “Eenie Meenie” — Harald 45rpm

M. Ashraf — “Dance Music (Ankhon Ankhon Men)” — More Early Pakistani Dance Music Vol. 2 (From Original 7″ Vinyl 1966 – 1978)

The Shells — “Whiplash” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap Vol. 2

Ram — “Marassa Elu” — Kité Yo Palé

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Charles Glass with Orch. — “Screamin’ & Dyin’” — Malamondo 6

THE SECOND SET

Generation X — “Wild Dub” — Chrysalis 45rpm

Ray & His Court — “Lo Sabia” — Cookie Crumbs: A Funk Anthology

Reigning Sound — “Your Love Is A Fine Thing” — Too Much Guitar

Lee “Scratch” Perry & The Upsetters — “Live Injection” — Return of Django

Eddie Burns — “Mean And Evil (Baby)” — Jookin’ Vol. 7

Papi Brandao Y Sus Ejecutivos — “Bilongo” — Panama! 3: Calypso Panameno, Guajira Jazz & Cumbia Tipica On The Isthmus 1960-75

The Companions — “No Fool Am I” — Riders In The Sky: The Amy Records Story ‘60-‘62

Hamad Kalkaba — “Fouh Sei Allah” — Hamad Kalkaba And The Golden Sounds 1974-1975

Freddie & The Heartaches — “Womp, Womp” — Wild Streak Vol. 2

THE THIRD SET

Wreckless Eric — “Whole Wide World” — Stiff 45rpm

The Wellis Band — “Bindiga” — Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanaian Blues 1968-1981

Paul Revere & The Raiders — “Just Like Me” — Kicks: The Anthology (1963-1972)

Group Inerane — “Deran Deran” — Guitars From Agadez Vol. 3

Roxy Music — “Editions Of You” — For Your Pleasure

Esuebio y Su Banjo — “Mi Morena Rebelde” — The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

The Gliders — “Wild Jam” — That’s Swift! Instrumentals From The Norman Petty Vault

Tito Rodriguez & His Orchestra — “This Is Mambo” — Mambo! Big Bands 1946-1957

Lenny Dee — “Plantation Boogie” — Dr. Boogie Presents Bear Traces: Nugget’s From Bob’s Barn

THE FINAL SET

Wire — “On Returning” — 154

The Techniques — “Marry Me” — Techniques In Dub

The Collins Kids — “Beetle Bug Bop” — Spirit Of The Cramps: Selections From The Vinyl Stack Of Lux And Ivy

Tita Duval Y El Nuevo Ritmo De Bobby Rey — “Batukacuto” — DJ Bongohead Presents…Big Box Of Afrosound

The Couriers — “My Baby Doesn’t Love Me Any More” — Last Of The Garage Punk Unknowns Vol. 3

Orquestre Veve — “Venus” — Murder By Contract: Noir C’est Noir Second Volume – Special Issue: Afro Rock & Garage

Nolan Strong & The Diablos — “Mind Over Matter” — Dirty Boogie: The Fortune Records Story

The Barbecues — “Aaya Lolo” — Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanaian Blues 1968-1981

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Aretha Franklin — “Until You Come Back To Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)” — 30 Greatest Hits

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #169 ~ 07-28-18]

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Pictured: Stevie Wonder.

We can do little to describe the evening documented on this particular installment of the N.C.I.P. podcast, save to say that it perfectly encapsulates our own Saison en Enfer, as experienced within an overwarm dive bar on Brush Street in downtown Detroit. Which could also account for the belated appearance online of our latest episode. But no matter: these two hours contain both a lot of great music and perhaps an appropriate soundtrack for barbecue and cocktails into the bargain. Click below and hear for yourselves…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 169 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

O’Jays — “Put Your Hands Together” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou — “Idavi” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

The Elite UFO — “Tarantula” — Surf-Age Nuggets

Latin Blues Band — “Pussycat” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 3

Reigning Sound — “When You Touch Me” — Too Much Guitar

Orquesta Tropicana — “Tequila” — Soundway 45rpm

The Renaults — “Rockin’ With Joe” — Frolic Diner Vol. 3

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Willie Tell & the Overtures — “Kick-Back” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Sir Shina Adewale — “Awa Ni Superstars” — Lagos Chop Up

The Velvetones — “I Love Her So” — Dangerous Doo-Wop 2

Harry Mudie Meets King Tubby’s — “Nineteen Love In Dub” — Dub Conference Vol.3

Three Aces & A Joker — “Booze Party” — Sin Alley Vol. 2

Eiko Shuri — “Yé-Yé” — Nippon Girls 1: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1966-70

The Union — “Strike” — Rare Funk Liberation Vol. 1

Thepporn Petchubon — “Pa Gun Tor” — The Sound of Siam 2: Molam & Luk Thung Isan from North-East Thailand 1970-1982

Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band — “Nowadays A Woman’s Gotta Hit A Man” — Clear Spot

Chivirico — “Apagalo” — ¡Saoco! Vol. 2: Bomba, Plena & the Roots of Salsa in Puerto Rico 1955-1967

The Kinks — “Too Much Monkey Business” — The Kinks [mono]

THE THIRD SET

Willie Colon — “Jazzy” — El Malo

The Heard — “Stop It Baby” — Audition 45rpm

Ros Sereysothea — “Tonight, Dance” — Groove Club Vol. 2: Cambodian Rock Spectacular!

ESG — “Moody (Spaced Out)” — Come Away With ESG

African Fiesta Sukisa — “I Got The Feelin’” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin / Jazz & Funk – Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

The Electric Eels — “Jaguar Ride” — Die Electric Eels

Henri Guédon Et Les Contesta — “Van Van” — Disques Debs International Vol.1: An Island Story: Biguine, Afro Latin & Musique Antillaise 1960 1972

Abel & The Starliners Combo — “Chicken Hop Twist” — Fool’s Paradise Favorites: ’50s & ’60s Bop Slop & Schlock

Delia Derbyshire, Dudley Simpson, Brian Hodgson & David Vorhaus — “The Tomorrow People Theme” — The Tommorow People

THE FINAL SET

Orquesta Akokán — “Mambo Rapidito” — Orquesta Akokán

Stevie Wonder — “Keep On Running” — Music Of My Mind

Joseph Nemnom — “Rasputin” — Egypt & Lebanon: Cosmic Arabic Disco & Searing Dance Floor Bangers 1974-1985

Alan Vega and Martin Rev — “Dance” — Suicide (Second Album)

Ja-Man Allstars — “Blood Version” — In The Dub Zone

Andre Williams — “Jail Bait” — Born Bad Vol. 3

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The Rolling Stones — “Tell Me (You’re Coming Back)” — Singles Collection: The London Years

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #168 ~ 07-21-18]

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Pictured: Miss Christine Frka of the GTO’s.

One could review the police blotter description of last Saturday night’s proceedings at the Purple Bat Lounge, and still be hard pressed to discern the source of DJ Lee-Roy’s attitude. Not that he’s ever been the soul of modesty or anything, but his built-in pit bull hubris seemed pitched to new extremes. The source of Lee-Roy’s heightened sense of self? Why, neuticles of course.  Our show’s canine co-host discovered these in an ad buried in the back pages of Paws’n’Gravy, the weird fetish magazine he receives in the mail from Montréal (a place with presumably more liberal attitudes about dogs covered in Jah-knows-what). This seemed like the last word in post-neutering trauma repair, at least to hear Lee-Roy tell it. Reeshard, for his part, tried to ignore the whole thing, concentrating instead on the few dozen great tunes which played throughout. These included a couple of songs commemorating in upbeat fashion the Count’s Mom, who sadly left the planet but a few days before. A good time was had, especially by those decamping to the bar’s Outdoor Patio, there to watch the bug zapper do its thing. And you can experience this too — well, sort of — just by clicking on that arrow due south of these words…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 168 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Intruders — “I’ll Always Love My Mama” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De L’Atlantique Cotonou De Dahomey — “Y Apas Moyen” — Africa Gone Funkee

The Attack — “We Don’t Know” — The Mod Scene

Orquesta Olivieri — “A Swingin’ Combination” — Big Ol’ Bag O’ Boogaloo Vol. 1

Jerry Cole & His Spacemen — “Stinger” — Power Surf! The Best Of…

Iman El Bahr Barwish — “Mahsobko Endas” — Egypt & Lebanon: Cosmic Arabic Disco & Searing Dance Floor Bangers 1974-1985

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Fantastic Epics — “Fun & Funk Part II” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Dany Play — “Pourquoi Pas” — Disque La Rayé: 60’s French West-Indies Boo-Boo-Galoo

Hasil Adkins — “Come On And Do the Shake with Me” — Peanut Butter Rock And Roll

Jaime Ley — “Diablo” — Dj Bongohead Presents…Big Box Of Afrosound

Willie Bobo — “Roots” — Mojo Club Presents Dancefloor Jazz Volume 7 (Give Me Your Love)

Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries — “Mark Dis Yah Dub” — Dub Expression

Dave Hamilton And His Peppers — “Beatle Walk” — Fortune 45prm

Bob Destiny — “Wang Dang (Algeria)” — Habibi Funk An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World

The Angels — “My Boyfriend’s Back” — Growin’ Up Too Fast: The Girl Group Anthology

The Son Of P.M. — “Plaeng Yiepoun” — Shadow Music Of Thailand

Bobby Hollaway — “Cornbread & Hog Maw” — Titty-Twist-A-Go-Go

THE THIRD SET

Junior Delgado & Augustus Pablo — “Raving Storm Dub” — DEB 45rpm

Little Willie John — “Don’t Play With Love” — R&B Hipshakers Vol.3 – Just A Little Bit Of The Jumpin’ Bean

Afrosound — “Banana De Queso” — The Afrosound Of Colombia Vol. 2

James Brown — “Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose” — Star Time: The Hardest Working Man in Show Business

Rungfah Puping — “Puyai Lee Santana” — Zudrangma Vol. 3: Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk

The Saucers — “Cha Wailey Routa” — Mad Mike Monsters: A Tribute To Mad Mike Petrovich Vol. 1

Heads Funk Band — “Hot Punk” — Hard World

Jimmy Castor Bunch — “E-Man Par-Tay” — Maximum Stimulation

THE FINAL SET

The Blue Birds — “Khari Neem Ke Nickey” — More Early Pakistani Dance Music Vol. 2 (1966 – 1978)

Wire — “After Midnight” — Behind the Curtain: Early Versions 1977-78

Abelardo Carbonó — “Baile Del Indio” — El Maravilloso Mundo de…

Frank Zappa — “Peaches En Regalia” — Hot Rats

Andre Tanker — “Swahili” — Soundway 45rpm

Andre Williams With The Gino Parks Quartet — “Don’t Touch” — Detroit Grease 2: Andre Williams

The Swallows — “Angkok Angkok Bilis” — Java-Java: Indonesia Screaming Fuzz Vol. 1

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Jimmy Dean — “Big Bad John” — 101 Country Number Ones

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #167 ~ 06-30-18]

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Pictured: First Choice.

It was but a single Saturday evening spent in a bad part of downtown Detroit in especially swampy weather, yet it spawned so many questions: Why was DJ Lee-Roy in such a tetchy mood? Why does ‘Love Come(s) In Spurts’? Why does it hurt? Where does Uncle Morty get that Forbidden Fruit? Why does Lee-Roy dig it so much? Is it simply because Béatrice Dalle‘s picture adorns the canister’s label? Who is responsible for that berserk guitar solo on ‘I Believe I Found Myself,’ if not Eddie Hazel? Why does DJ Reeshard feel especially like a Democrat on this particular Saturday? If indeed the Upsetters are playing to us from deep ‘In The I-Aah,’ then where is it? How do the rest of us get there? If Vietnam had its own Elvis (Phương), did it have a Dr. Nick? (We know: dumb question.) Why are there so many zombies? And why are they on Lee-Roy’s side? And, speaking of the most famous pit bull on Brush St., when Lee-Roy snagged a date with a hot Puli, did he know which end he was dating? And, finally, why don’t you click on the little arrow immediately below? You may learn the answers to some of the above inquiries. Or you may have some questions of your own? ‘Cause, frankly, it’s the day after and by this point we’re worn out…

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 167 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

First Choice — “I Got A Feeling” — Crème De La Crème: Philly Soul Classics And Rarities

Christy Essien — “You Can’t Change A Man” — Nigeria Soul Fever: Afro Funk, Disco And Boogie: West African Disco Mayhem!

Mad Plaids — “Blood Rare” — Wolf Call!

Ray & His Court — “El Bimbo” — Cookie Crumbs: A Funk Anthology

Dave Hamilton — “Cooter Bug” — Witchcraft In The Air: Detroit Soul 1957-1962 Vol. 1

Koes Bersaudara — “Poor Clown” — Koes Bersaudara 1967

T.Rex — “20th Century Boy” — T. Rex Instrumentals

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Total Experience — “Illusion” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Guitar Junior — “The Crawl” — Rumba Blues, Vol. 3: Guitar Cha-Cha-Cha (How Latin Music Changed R&B) 1955-1958

Jozi Anjum — “Dance Music (Nishani)” — More Early Pakistani Dance Music Vol. 2 (From Original 7″ Vinyl 1966 – 1978)

The Blockbusters — “Muddy Pt.1” — Rockin 45rpm

Pagadeja — “Tamale” — Ghana Special: Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds & Ghanaian Blues 1968-1981

The Pastel 6 — “Twitchin’” — Wail On The Beach!

The Upsetters — “In The Iaah” — Double Seven

The Neon Boys — “Love Comes In Spurts” — Shake To Date

Plearn Promdan — “Koy Yung Mai Por” — Luk Thung! The Roots Of Thai Funk: Zudrangma Vol. 3

Titus Turner — “Walk on The Wild Side Twist” — R&B Humdingers 3

The Joe Cuba Sextet — “What A Baby” — Bustin’ Out

THE THIRD SET

Human Expression — “Love At Psychedelic Velocity” — Garage Beat ’66 Vol. 7: That’s How It Will Be!

Ryco Jazz — “La Juventud” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin / Jazz & Funk – Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

The Kinks — “Come On Now” — Live at Kelvin Hall

Nahid Akhtar — “Some Say I Am Sweety” — I Am Black Beauty

Roxy Music — “Do The Strand (USA 7” Mix)” — Singles, B-Sides And Alternative Mixes

Mallek Mohamed — “Rouhi Ya Hafida” — Habibi Funk: An Eclectic Selection Of Music From The Arab World

Sir Stanley — “I Believe I Found Myself” — Chains & Black Exhaust

Los Diablos Rojos — “El Guapo” — The Roots of Chicha: Psychedelic Cumbias from Peru

The Flamingos — “Jump Children (Vooit Vooit)” — Jump Children

THE FINAL SET

The Velvet Underground — “Sweet Jane (Full-Length Version)” — Loaded

The Lat-Teens — “I’ll Never Let You Go” — The Soul Of Spanish Harlem

Telli Mills — “Ain’t Going Home” — Sin Alley Vol. 2

Rita Alston — “Popcorn Funky Reggae” — Funky Chicken

Howard Churchill & The Radars — “Going Into Orbit” — The Best Of Melron Records: “The Early Philly Sound” Philly R&B Vol. 1

Elvis Phương — “Kho Tàng Của Chúng Ta (Our Treasures)” — Saigon Rock & Soul: Vietnamese Classic Tracks 1968-1974

The Matadors — “Wobble Wobble” — Bug Out Vol. 3

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Terry Adams Rock’n’Roll Quartet — “My Girlfriend’s Pretty” — Terry Adams Rock’n’Roll Quartet Live

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #166 ~ 06-23-18]

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Pictured: Augustus Pablo.

The medieval English round tells us: Sumer (sic) is icumen in. Or, as translated for Brush St. and surrounding environs: Damn, it’s hot in here. They fix that A/C? What? They forgot to install it? The Purple Bat Lounge takes on a decidedly swampy cast in the summer months. Its patrons adopt varying defenses. Some actually request mixers with their drinks. Bartender LaWanda has her hands full keeping the ice cube trays stocked. The bar’s management, however, responds to the spike in temperature by reopening the Outdoor Patio adjacent to the back door. With folding chairs arrayed next to trash cans in semi-circular formation, the Purple Bat adds value to an evening under the stars by allowing patio visitors to toss insects at the carriage lamp-style bug zapper hung above the alley. This pastime has grown into something like an outdoor sport down the years, with DJ Lee-Roy as one of its most vocal proponents. He and Reeshard managed to spin a few dozen stormin’ tunes during the Saturday evening in question, despite the pit bull’s insistence on ducking out to see what Lotsa Poppa brought to ‘feed’ the zapper. Ah, that scintillating admixture of noise, humidity, trash cologne, pit bull testosterone, insect carnage and Faygo Rock’n’Rye — in the summertime, you can’t beat it. And you can sample it, without fear of spillage, simply by hitting the arrow immediately below…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 166 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

Roy Porter — “Party Time” — California Soul: Rare Funk, Soul, Jazz & Latin Groove From The West Coast 1965-1981

Jo Tongo — “Funky Feeling” — African Funk Experimentals (1968-1982)

The Chantels — “Well, I Told You” — In The Beginning: The Mod Story

Fruko Y Sus Tesos — “El Brujo Y La Bruja” — Tesura

The Millionaires — “Rock and a Half” — Surf Guitars Rumble Vol. 1

Plearn Promdan — “Jolly” — Thai Funk: ZudRangMa

King Rhythm — “Killer Diller” — ‘Black’ Rock ‘N’ Roll: Savage Kick Vol. 01

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Rockbusters — “Tough Chick” — Weirdsville!

THE SECOND SET

Les Bantous De La Capital — “Watchiwara” — Congo Revolution: Afro-Latin / Jazz & Funk – Sounds From The Two Congos 1957-1973

Irma Thomas — “Hittin’ on Nothin’” — Songs We Taught The Detroit Cobras

Sonora Tropical — “Lluvia Con Nieve” — Soundway 45rpm

The Eyes — “I’m Rowed Out” — 20 Original Mod Classics

Augustus Pablo — “Pablo In Fine Style” — In Fine Style

The Leopards — “Mah Mah Chicken Pot Pie” — Fool’s Paradise Favorites: ’50s & ’60s Bop Slop & Schlock

Shar’ Habeel — “Dance And Cheer” — Murder By Contract: Noir C’est Noir Second Volume – Special Issue: Afro Rock & Garage

S.M. Dorsey High School Jazz Workshop — “Frankenstein” — School Me! Volume One, 1968-1975 – High School And Collegiate Jazz, Funk, Soul And Psychedelia

S. Hazarasingh — “Mast Baharon Ka” — Bollywood Steel Guitar

THE THIRD SET

The Bees — “Tough Enough” — Stompin’ 3

Los Destellos — “Guajira Sicodelica” — En La Cumbre

Ramones — “I Wanna Be Well” — Rocket to Russia

The Golden Ring — “Tulips” — Iranian Styled 60’s Garage & Other Exotic Sounds

The Valiants — “Walkin’ Girl” — Jookin’ Vol. 7

Orquesta Ritmos De Sabanas — “Qué Se Hicieron” — The Afrosound Of Colombia Vol. 2

The Sounds Like Us — “Outside Chance” — Teenage Shutdown Vol. 5: Nobody To Love

Tommy McCook & The Supersonics — “Twilight Rock” — Pleasure Dub

Del Raney’s Umbrellas — “Can Your Hossie Do The Dog?” — Born Bad Vol. 3

King Kennytone And His Western Toppers Band — “Suzzy Twist” — Dancing Time With King Kennytone And His Western Toppers Band

THE FINAL SET

The Flirtations — “Nothing But A Heartache” — Sounds Like The Flirtations

Les Loups Noirs D’Haiti — “Jet Biguine” — Afro Tropical Soundz Vol.1

New York Dolls — “Who Are The Mystery Girls?” — A Hard Night’s Day

Sidereal — “Dongoh” — Back To Peru Vol. 2 : Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Soul, Funk, Psychedelic

The Barracudas— “Saturn” — Sleazy Surf! Vol. 1

Prince Jammy — “Brooklyn Dub” — Strictly Dub

Link Wray — “Hang On” — The Big Rumble (Killer Dillers) Vol. 2

Ali Hassan Kuban & Salwa Abou Greisha — “Gammal” — Egypt Noir: Nubian Soul Treasures

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The Cramps — “Human Fly” — Gravest Hits

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #165 ~ 06-09-18]

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Pictured: Perez Prado.

It had to happen. DJ Lee-Roy‘s outsize personalty could not be contained forever within the tomb-like confines of downtown Detroit’s Purple Bat Lounge. Our favorite pit bull reckons he’s destined for global renown and, during the past week, he came that much closer to realizing his unholy ambition. The July 2018 issue of much vaunted UK music journal The Wire features a list of LP’s favored by Reeshard & Lee-Roy during an average Saturday’s N.C.I.P. broadcast from Brush Street. It should be noted, though, that when the news broke about this uptick in the dog’s public profile, he was distracted by another feature in the British press, a profile of longtime Lee-Roy crush, dangerously kooky Béatrice Dalle in The Guardian. (That poor dog…he’ll never learn.) Not that any of this weighed heavily on the regulars in attendance last Saturday. To their way of thinking, the evening was deemed successful as: The tunes played brilliantly; drinks were served over the counter; other distractions were available near the door to the alley; and no one was shot. (Well, no one whom we cared about.) Check it all out, simply by thumping upon that little arrow a few pixels to the south, and see what the fuss is about…

 

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 165 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

MFSB — “Family Affair” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Sebastien Pynasco & Orchestre Black Santiago — “Sadé” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

The Takers — “Wondur” — Tak-Tics 45rpm

The Joe Cuba Sextet — “Asi Soy” — Wanted Dead Or Alive

Roxy Music — “Both Ends Burning (7” Mix)” — Singles, B-Sides And Alternative Mixes

Doctor Alimantado — “West Man Skank” — House Of Singles

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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Chocolate Fudge Express — “Down the Line” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Ramona King — “What About You” — Jack Nitzsche: His Restless Days

J.M. Tim And Foty — “Love Is Light” — African Funk Experimentals (1977-1979)

Sir Stanley — “Are You Man Enough?” — Eccentric Soul: The Saru Label

The Cat — “Do The Watusi” — Thai Beat A Go Go Vol. 1: Groovy 60’s Sounds from the Land of Smile!

Aki Aleong & The Nobles — “Body Surf” — Come Surf With Me

Dillinger & The Upsetters — “Tighten Up” — Rhythm Shower

Orgone — “Losin’ You” — Beyond The Sun

Googoosh — “Talagh” — Googoosh

Gladys Knight And The Pips — “Who Is She (And What Is She To You)?” — Mojo Club Presents Dancefloor Jazz Vol. 7 (Give Me Your Love)

THE THIRD SET

ESG — “The Beat” — Come Away With ESG

Eko Roosevelt — “M’ongele M’am” — Eko Roosevelt 1975-1982

Judd Proctor — “Clearway” — Phantom Guitars Vol 2: An Outbreak Of Twangin’

New Juggler Sound — “Glue” — Back To Peru Vol. 1: The Most Complete Compilation Of Peruvian Underground ’64 – ’74

Johnny Oliver — “All I Have Is You” — Jukebox Mambo Vol. 2

Jackie Mittoo — “In Cold Blood” — Champion in the Arena 1976 – 1977

Sly & The Family Stone — “Searchin’” — Vampisoul: In Search Of The Cool

Los Belkings — “Sabata (45 Version)” — The Rough Guide to Latin Rare Groove Vol. 2

The Arthur Brown Set — “Don’t Tell Me” — Looking Back: Mod, Freakbeat & Swinging London Nuggets

Los Polares — “La Droga” — Los Nuggetz: 60’s Punk, Pop and Psychedelic from Latin America

THE FINAL SET

Omar Khorshid — “Guitar El Chark” — Guitar El Chark

Suicide: Alan Vega and Martin Rev — “Shadazz” — Suicide (Second Album)

Bunny Lee & The Aggravators — “Dub Vendor’s Choice” — Super Dub Disco Style

The Zantees — “Cruisin’” — Out For Kicks

Perez Prado & His Orchestra — “Quien Sera” — Twist Goes Latin Now!

The Contours — “Whole Lotta Woman” — Witchcraft In The Air Detroit Soul 1957-1962 Vol. 1

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The Everly Brothers — “Lord Of The Manor” — The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook

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NO CONDITION IS PERMANENT [Episode #164 ~ 06-02-18]

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Pictured: The Jones Girls (from Detroit).

No one (at least no one with whom we were on speaking terms) began last Saturday night with the thought of establishing a theme for the evening. What little plan there might have been involved turning up at the Purple Bat Lounge, getting trashed by the means within reach and enjoying the 3 dozen or so tunes spun by DJ’s Reeshard & Lee-Roy. Soon enough, however, designs appeared within designs, like ever-evolving fractal geometry…or whatever it is that happens to Lee-Roy’s vision when he does Whip-its. For one thing, a majority of the evening’s music featured what the late Bobby Keys called “the saxophonic device.” Then, after news of a badass Dolemite double feature screening at The Madison, Uncle Morty’s truck pulled up, bearing a canister of…Queen Bee! It only got spookier from there on out. You the listener have — literally — the home advantage in all of this, simply by clicking in the right spot immediately below, thus bypassing any of that messy interpersonal stuff. Go ahead. Click on the little arrow. It won’t kill ya...

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Here’s what we played in Ep. 164 of No Condition Is Permanent:

THE FIRST SET

The Jones Girls — “You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else” — Love Train: The Sound of Philadelphia

Olinga Gaston — “Ngon Engap” — Pop Makossa: The Invasive Dance Beat Of Cameroon 1976-1984

The Breakers — “Beach Head” — Strummin’ Mental! Vol. 4

Ray & His Court — “La Senorita Lola” — Cookie Crumbs: A Funk Anthology

Larry Williams and Johnny Watson with the Kaleidoscope — “Nobody” — Okeh 45rpm

Elvis Phuong — “Bài Ca Ngông (The Crazy Song)” — Saigon Rock & Soul: Vietnamese Classic Tracks 1968-1974

Freddie Hubbard — “The Return of the Prodigal Son” — Mod Anthems: Original Northern Soul, R’N’B & Ska Classics

IT’S MADISON TIME…

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The Ramrods — “Soul Express (Part 1)” — Funky Crimes

THE SECOND SET

Gyedu Blay Ambolley & The Steneboofs — “Simigwado” — Ghana Soundz Vol. 1: Afro-Beat, Funk and Fusion in 70’s Ghana

Matt T.I. Madison and Minit Men — “Don’t Make Me Cry” — Souvenirs of the Soul Clap – Vol. 5

Ray Barretto — “El Bantu” — Latin Soul Man

Magazine — “Shot By Both Sides (Original Single Version)”             — Virgin 45rpm

Girma Beyene & Mulatu Astatke — “Yegele Tezeta” — Ethiopiques Box 7″

The Majestics — “Riding By” — Las Vegas Grind! Vol. 3

Abelardo Carbonó — “La Cerradura” — El Maravilloso Mundo de…

Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers — “One Track Mind” — L.A.M.F. (The Lost ’77 Mixes)

Asha Bhosle & Chorus — “Yeh Jhalak Yeh Jhalak” — Ehsan (OST)

THE THIRD SET

The Del-Mars — “Snacky Poo” — Mad Mike Monsters: A Tribute To Mad Mike Petrovich Vol. 2

Ignace de Souza & The Melody Aces — “Asaw Fofor” — African Scream Contest Vol. 2: Benin 1963-1980

The Kinks — “I Gotta Move” — The Kinks EP’s [mono]

Los Soneros De Gamero — “Katunga” — Palenque Palenque: Champeta Criolla & Afro Roots in Colombia 1975-91

Rudy Thacker & The Stringbusters — “Black Train” — Lux and Ivy’s Favorites Vol. 8

Christophe — “Mo Parrain” — Soul Sok Séga: Séga Sounds from Mauritius 1973-1979

Baby Earl & The Trinidads — “Backslop” — Dr. Boogie Presents Heavy Jelly

The Aggrovators — “Tiger Dub” — Jammies in Lion Dub Style

The Ventures — “Zocko” — Sounds of the Unexpected: Weird & Wacky Instrumentals from Pop’s Final Frontiers

Ali Hassan Kuban — “Habibi” — Walk Like A Nubian

THE FINAL SET

Andre Williams — “(Mmmm – Andre Williams Is) Movin’” — A Fortune of Hits 1956-1960

Ilaiyaraaja / S.P. Balasubramaniam — “Solla Solla” — Solla Solla: Maestro Ilaiyaraaja and The Electronic Pop Sound of Kollywood 1977-1983

The Modern Lovers — “Someone I Care About” — The Modern Lovers

Pello El Afrokán — “Bailalo Así” — Revolucion! Original Cuban Funk Grooves 1967-1978

The Gories — “Feral” — House Rockin’

Errol Brown — “Easy Locks” — Dubb Everlasting

Cotillion — “If You Give A Dance” — Personal Space: Electronic Soul 1974-1984 Compiled By Dante Carfagna

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Palais Royals — “Panic” — Nancy 45rpm

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